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Execute the below command to change owner (from root to oracle) on the given directory: chown -R oracle:oinstall /u01/app/19.0.0/grid/log and run the installer again. It worked for me.


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Incorrect environment. ORACLE_HOME for grid should be pointing to grid directory and ORACLE_SID for ASM should be +ASM. Try this: export ORACLE_HOME=$GRID_HOME export $ORACLE_SID=+ASM export PATH=$GRID_HOME/bin:$PATH – Kumar


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Click the button “Change discovery Path” and put /dev/oracleasm/disks/* and your disks will be there.


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Imagine the following. On 2019-08-19 18:00:00 you started a full online database backup that took 5 minutes. This backup included all the datafiles listed above. Backuppieces created from this operation: arch1.bkp - backup of archivelogs that existed before starting the full database backup + the last archivelog that was created as a result of the ...


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It would seem that the control files know that the data file should exist, but the data file might not be a part of your backup. Do you have the log from your most recent backup? Does it show that this data file is a part of the backup? What does your RMAN backup script look like? Are you excluding any table spaces from your RMAN backup script?


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